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Congratulations to Polly Norman, author, Dances Through Glass and Karen Melvin, author, Great Houses of Summit Avenue and the Hill District.
Their books were big winners in last night's 24th Annual Midwest Book Awards gala held in St. Paul, Minn. Dances Through Glass won the categories of Best Coffee Table Book, Best Cover and Best Total Book Design.
Great Houses of Summit Avenue and the Hill District won recognition for being the best Art book published in the Midwest in 2013. The book also won the Illustration: Photography category of the awards competition.
Doug Cornelius, author, Good News - I Failed: A Story of Inventing in Minnesota shared his story of inventing with 400 6th graders at Robbinsdale Middle School in the Twin Cities on May 13.
Learn more about Doug's book, which is both entertaining and educational at http://www.dpcornelius-author.com/
Congratulations to Polly Norman, author & photographer of Dances Through Glass.
Her book is a Bronze Medal winner in the "Art" category of the 2014 Eric Hoffer Book Awards, an international book awards contest. The winners were just announced the morning of May 12.
Dances Through Glass is also nominated in several categories of the Midwest Book Awards. Winners will be announced in that contest the evening of May 14.
Lee Jacobus, author "Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes" appeared at the Barnes & Noble in Hadley, Mass. on May 10. The store gave him star-treatment. Look where his books are on display.
Jacobus' collection of short stories about the real people of Hawaii can be purchased online and in bookstores everywhere.